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How to find an honest lawyer in Canada?

Follow these steps, and you will never shop the same again!   How to find an honest lawyer in Canada? The big question! This article is written from an immigration industry perspective, and in this industry, you also have consultants and paralegals. However, everything you find here in this article can be used throughout most…

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Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)

Manitoba now has an “Expression of Interest” system, just like the Federal government’s Express Entry system.    Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) allows Manitoba to select foreign workers whose occupations are in high demand in the province, and also entrepreneurs and farmers who wish to invest in the province. If…

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China Visa

Visit China [Public Domain] Canadians need a visa to travel to China.   Index Climate of China Culture of China Visas to China Embassy and Consulates of China in Canada Vaccines for China Travel Alerts for China Calling China Chinese Money Chinese Electric Information Emergency Information for Canadians in China Calling Canada from China Maps…

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Brazil visa

Canadian citizens and permanent residents need a visa to Brazil. The Brazil tourist visa covers leisure visits to the country for people visiting friends and relations or who wish to holiday there. Brazil tourist visas are limited to a fixed period of time and no business activity is allowed. The Brazil business visa covers both…

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Tuition and Living Expenses for Foreign Students in Canada

Canadian tuition is very reasonable at most post-secondary schools in Canada. If you’re a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada. However, international students pay around 3 times the tuition that a Canadian or permanent resident pays. Is that fair? Perhaps not. Is it reasonable? That depends on what you compare it to. Compared…

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Minors Studying in Canada & Custodianship

While most international students studying at the post-secondary level in Canada are no longer minors, it can sometimes be the case that a first-year (or even a second-year) student is below what we call the Age of Majority in Canada. If you are below the Age of Majority, you are legally considered a minor and…

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Who Doesn’t Need a Study Permit?

The following people normally do not need a study permit for post-secondary studies in Canada. Please note that short-term studies of 6 or less months NOW NEED a study permit due to COVID concerns. This may change back to no longer needing a study permit for these short-term studies, but for now, you need a…

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Marrying and Sponsoring a Cayman Islands Citizen

Marriage to a Cayman Island Citizen Every country has its own laws that apply to its citizens marrying a person from a different country. Getting married to a Cayman Islands citizen with the goal of eventually bringing them to Canada to live is a process with many steps.  You must demonstrate to Cayman Islands officials…

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Marrying and Sponsoring a Cape Verdian

A group of Islands located in the Northern Atlantic Ocean west of Senegal The weather is temperate warm and dry summers, but precipitation is erratic and minimal. Prolonged drought accompanied by seasonal Harmattan winds produce dust that causes hampered visibility, the Islands are also seismically active.   Marriage to a Cape Verdian Citizen Every country…

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Marrying and Sponsoring an Ivorian

Located in Western Africa bordering North Atlantic Ocean between Ghana and Liberia The weather in Ivory Coast is tropical along the coast, semi-arid in the far North. There are officially 3 seasons namely warm and dry from November to March, hot and dry from March to May, and hot & wet from June to October….

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Marrying and Sponsoring a Djibouti Citizen

Located in Eastern Africa bordering the gulf of Aden and the red Sea between Eritrea and Somalia Djibouti’s weather is desert, torrid and dry Djibouti is susceptible to several hazards like earthquakes, droughts, occasional cyclones emerging from the Indian Ocean consequently resulting to flooding and heavy rains. Volcanic activity is limited and the last one…

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Marrying and Sponsoring an Equatoguinean

Located in middle Africa in the gulf of Guinea The weather is hot, humid and tropical. The mainland of the country experiences a dry season from May to September while the area known as Bioko is dry from December to February The country suffers from violent windstorms and flooding   Marriage to an Equatoguinean Citizen…

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